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Can We Guess When You Start Crying During "It's A Wonderful Life?"
You held it together while George ran back home through the snow. But the moment George hugs his kids and Mary comes through the door, you lose it and the tears flow.
You can't hold it together for long. The instant George realizes he is alive again, that's when you reach for the tissues. You are crying the last 8 minutes of the movie.
You make it through almost the entire movie but when we read Clarence's note in the book and George realizes that he has his wings, you lose it. Cue the tears.
It doesn't take long for you to start crying. As soon as George is giddily slipping and sliding around Bedford Falls, you start to cry. When he passes the embattled Bailey Building and Loan, the emotions well up inside of you and the tears fall.
Every year it's the same moment that gets you - Harry walks into the party and delivers a toast to his brother. And that's when the tears start streaming down your face.
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